Ask The Experts—Where do I find information about getting paid for raw gold?
May 2008 by Scott HarnQ: Where do I find out information about raw gold being tested for purity, refined, and getting paid cash for it?
Public Lands for the People has agreed to support the US Supreme Court appeal with financial assistance and with the filing of an amicus brief. (We here at the Mining Journal have also agreed to participate in the amicus brief.)
Excerpts from California Mining Journal, our original title, published 50 years ago this month.
Hardrock mining is usually done on a large scale, and although a few small-scale hardrock operations still exist, it’s not an easy operation to start up and run profitably.
As a dedicated dredger, this was to be a totally different experience. Finding gold without using water seemed almost impossible.
I hope long-term readers would agree that while your columnist does occasionally carry some arguments to an extreme length, I usually stay within the bounds of reason. I am pointing this out because I was struck by an economic vision a few days ago that could test those bounds.
The Tucson Mountains are immediately west of Tucson, in southern Arizona, and include residential areas of the city. The highest peak, Wasson (Amole) Peak, reaches 4,687 feet. It is part of the great Basin-Range physiographic province, characterized by fault-block mountain ranges separated by broad desert valleys.
Australia’s Perth Mint currently holds the record for the world’s largest gold coin.
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